PHOTOS: Fort Knox garrison command team feels the heat during airfield firefighting trainingPhotos by G. Anthonie Riis Fort Knox News FORT KNOX, Kentucky -- Colonel Patrick Kaune and Command Sgt. Maj. Garrick Griffin, the U.S. Army Garrison command team, trained with Fort Knox firefighters on fighting aircraft fires here Oct. 4, 2018. The annual training on the Army post occurs at Godman Army Airfield, which services both fixed-wing and rotary wing aircraft.--30--Photo Cutlines: Air_Craft_Fire1: Fort Knox Garrison Commander Col. Patrick Kaune and Senior Advisor Command Sgt. Maj. Garrick Griffin pose with members of the Fort Knox Fire Department before conducting airfield firefighting training at Godman Army Airfield Oct. 4, 2018. The Fort Knox Fire Department conducts the training annually in preparation for potential accidents at Godman Army Airfield.Air_Craft_Fire2: Firefighter Lt. Chris Evans helps Fort Knox Garrison Commander Col. Patrick Kaune adjust his respirator before aircraft firefighting training at Godman Army Airfield Oct. 4, 2018.Air_Craft_Fire3: Command Sgt. Maj. Garrick Griffin, senior enlisted advisor at Fort Knox U.S. Army Garrison, leads the way in an airfield firefighting exercise at Godman Army Airfield Oct. 4, 2018. In this training scenario, firefighters battle a blaze in the cockpit and body of a fixed-wing aircraft.Air_Craft_Fire4: Col. Patrick Kaune and Command Sgt. Maj. Garrick Griffin, the Fort Knox garrison command team, battle a blaze coming from a mock fixed-wing aircraft's turbine engine at Godman Army Airfield Oct. 4, 2018. The flames for the training are generated from burners that use propane fuel, which burns nearly 500 times less hot than airplane fuel, according to firefighters.